“Palestine” is a fantasy-land. That is why we head this category “Palestine?” “Palestinians” are simply Arabs like Jordanians, Syrians, etc. In 2006, the “Palestinians” voted into power, as their leaders, the violent terror group known as Hamas. They ousted the slightly more moderate group Fatah, currently headed by Mahmoud Abbas. But how much more moderate is Fatah? Abbas earned his PhD with a paper on the fiction of the Holocaust. Neither side will recognize Israel’s existence, yet the Western world insists Israel make “peace” with both parties. “Palestine” and the “Palestinian” cause only came about in the mid 1960s when Yaser Arafat put the movement on the map.
Within one week of achieving non-member observer state status for Palestine, Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas declared the following;
“One day, a young Palestinian will raise the Palestinian flag over Jerusalem, the eternal capital of the state of Palestine!”
Is this possible that a Palestinian state could be in the making, and that Jerusalem could be its capital city?
The US Senate Appropriations Committee has approved an important amendment to a bill. Proposed by Republican Senator Mark Kirk of Illinois, the amendment would change the definition of “Palestinian refugee” such that the number of people now given that status would shrink from about five million to about thirty thousand.
JERUSALEM (AP) — A Hamas leader said Thursday that if his militant group came to power in a future Palestinian state, it would not abide by any previous Palestinian peace deals with Israel.
Moussa Abu Marzouk, the Islamic militant group’s number two figure, said any potential deal between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, even if ratified in a Palestinian referendum, would be considered only as a temporary truce.
Ok, that is not entirely true. Deep down, everyone wants a better quality of life for themselves and their loved ones. But, contrary to the assertions of the media and world leaders, it is not that desire for a better lifestyle that motivates most Palestinian Arabs in their conflict with Israel.
In response to the murder of four Israelis by Arab terrorists, President Obama said the following: [In this] tragedy people were gunned down on the street by terrorists who are purposely trying to undermine these [Israeli-Palestinian peace] talks.